Peace and Solitude

Peace and Solitude

Overview


If you’re looking for real peace and solitude explore north Northumberland. You can enjoy mile after mile of sandy beaches with castles such as Bamburgh, Royal Seat of the Kings of Northumbria, as your backdrop. 64km of the coastline from Berwick-upon-Tweed in the north down to the Coquet Estuary is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is home to numerous seabird colonies. Explore bustling market towns like Seahouses or Bewick with its fortified walls and fascinating military history. 

If you are exploring Northumberland in your touring caravan Glororum Caravan Park tucked in tranquil countryside is just a few minutes drive from Bamburgh. On site there is a launderette, dishwashing and food preparation area and new shower and toilet block with baby change area. Children will love the extensive play area.

Ford & Etal is a hidden gem of Northumberland, a privately-owned rural estate in the foothills of the Cheviots. Offering a range of all-weather attractions and activities including steam railway, heavy horse centre, famous battlefield, Victorian Cornmill, picture-postcard villages, quirky tearooms and stunning scenery there’s something for every age and interest.

Boasting an impressive collection of over 450 cottages Northumbria Coast & Country Cottages has something for everyone, whether it’s a romantic bolt-hole for two or a larger property ideal for a group of up to 12 people. Many of their cottages are dog friendly, so all the family can enjoy a holiday in Northumberland.


Places and distances


Keep
NE69 7DF

A spectacular castle with fantastic coastal views. The stunning Kings Hall and Keep house collections of armour, artwork, porcelain and furniture.

 

 

Approx 7.59 mile(s) between Bamburgh Castle and Northumberland Coast AONB
Secluded beaches
NE66 3EH
Dramatic views, sandy beaches and iconic castles - this is the essence of Northumberland's coast. Our coast is recognised by experts as a place where you will come across some rare and endangered wildlife.
Approx 7.23 mile(s) between Northumberland Coast AONB and Glororum Caravan Park
Glororum Holiday Park, Bamburgh
NE69 7AW

The closest touring and caravan holiday park to magnificent Bamburgh, Glororum is a hidden gem. Just a few minutes drive from Bamburgh village with its shops, cafes and restaurants and miles of empty beaches, this beautifully maintained park has everything you need to enjoy your touring holiday or to have your very own caravan holiday home in sought after Bamburgh.     

Approx 15.45 mile(s) between Glororum Caravan Park and Ford & Etal Estates
Heatherslaw Light Railway
TD12 4TJ

Within half an hour's drive of the Northumberland National Park and Cheviot Hills, the historic border towns of Berwick-upon-Tweed and Kelso, the Holy Island of Lindisfarne and magnificent Bamburgh Castle, this privately owned rural estate is the perfect group venue with a range of options for every age and interest, whether visiting for an hour or a whole day.

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Itineraries

Peace and Solitude
It's in our nature
St Cuthbert's Cave
Exploring St Cuthbert's Cave
Northumberland Coast
Discover Northumberland's stunning coastline
A right royal day out
Explore our royal connections
A good family day out
The perfect all-round family day
King of the Castles
More castles than any other English county
Christmas with a Difference
Celebrate Christmas in a unique, special way
Hidden Gems
Northumberland is home to some real hidden gems

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